Dickens grew up in a London where child labor was ruthlessly exploited.
There, he ruthlessly kills off the small critters of the surrounding wilderness.
Unsullied, The: A group of slave soldiers who are ruthlessly trained in Astapor and their sense of free will removed entirely.
It is ruthlessly pitting European nations against each other as they scramble to avoid financial contagion.
Back then, the Iron Lady tamed the over-mighty unions as ruthlessly as a medieval monarch.
She had found a kindred spirit, and it has been ruthlessly torn from her arms as kindred spirits so often are.
"I can't," said Jeff ruthlessly, when he had got her out of earshot.
He was ruthlessly sacrificing all who loved him, all whom he loved, to the Moloch of his own pride!
These, surprised in the midst of their wives and children, were all ruthlessly massacred.
The jealousies which so weakened the Union armies during the first years of the Civil War were ruthlessly repressed.